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Rozie Apps |
Friday, 11th April 2014
"While we tend to think of money as the prime mover of the economy, in fact it is energy that gets things done. More and cheap energy translates to a more complex society with a growing economy; less energy, and more expensive energy, translates to... more
 
Maddy Harland |
Sunday, 23rd March 2014
Joanna Macy has been helping me look unflinchingly into the face of our global ecological crisis and not give up or burn out for years. I have taken great heart from The Work That Reconnects (WTR), the radical empowerment process she has pioneered,... more
 
Deano Martin |
Tuesday, 11th March 2014
Whilst the title may not immediately grab the attention of a UK-based reader, the subtitle Lessons from Desert Farmers on Adapting to Climate Uncertainty should. If I am honest I was hooked on reading this book from the very beginning. The author’s... more
 
Tim Harland |
Sunday, 2nd March 2014
This is the latest offering from the prolific and encyclopedic Martin Crawford of the Agroforestry Research Trust in Devon where he has tested a huge number of plants of all kinds in his two acre forest garden, established 20 years ago. For a low... more
 
Thomas Smith |
Sunday, 16th February 2014
Charles Eisenstein has come far since he was forced to self-publish his transformative breakthrough tome, The Ascent of Humanity, with The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible seeing him return with a beautifully-nuanced, accessible, and... more
 
Looby Macnamara |
Thursday, 13th February 2014
I opened Rosemary Morrow’s book with slight trepidation, I wondered from the title if the sole focus of this book would be on the earthcare ethic of Permaculture. My specialism in permaculture is the application of design to people and I thought... more
 
Andy Hunt |
Friday, 7th February 2014
I first saw my future crepe pan in the shop at Tebay Services on the way up to Salkeld Mill in Cumbria, to buy some biodynamic flour from the watermill there. Its smooth, seasoned curves gleamed darkly in the artificial light of the cooking... more
 
John Adams |
Tuesday, 28th January 2014
As spring arrives your thoughts may well turn to summer and the prospect of BBQs. I have already started as I have been using a Netherton Cast Iron BBQ Hob and Slow Cooker this winter. This consists of an attractive 4 litre (7pt) cast iron casserole... more
 
Joan Bailey |
Saturday, 25th January 2014
Farming is business, and Rebecca Thistlethwaite shares all she has learned in Farms with a Future. She tops off her experience as a beginning farmer trainer with the State of California with a year travelling throughout the United States to visit... more
 
John Adams and Maddy Harland |
Wednesday, 22nd January 2014
This portable yet highly efficient and eco-friendly BBQ/oven/cooker works on small quantities of compressed charcoal (6-10 briquets) that will give 2+ hours cooking. Incredibly versatile, it can cook everything from your normal BBQ food like steak... more
 

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